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[Solved] String was not recognized as a valid Boolean

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Topic starter

2 days ago, one of our customers has migrated from our on-premise environment to O365.
So I deleted the mailbox and the domain for this customer from Cloudpanel.

Since the migration to O365 didn’t run as it should have, we want to re-create the domain in our system and add that mailbox in here (until Microsoft can solve the issue)
When I try to add the domain, i get: String was not recognized as a valid Boolean
What is causing this? How can I solve this issue?

Jacob Dixon Jacob Dixon 2020-01-20 09:54


I apologize but this post seemed to of been missed. I assume you have found a resolution or may have contacted us directly. Topic starter 2020-04-09 06:49

This particular customer stayed on Office 365, where the initial problem was solved.
However, I still have that same error message, when I try to create a new Customer
See error in attachement

Please advise

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Topic starter

Sorted, I changed ADV_ALLOWDUPLICATEDOMANIS from 0 to false and the error has stopped I can create new customers again.

Jacob Dixon Jacob Dixon 2020-04-09 15:12

@bertsaphico-be Thank you for updating. There was an issue with this in previous versions that would require a DB change like what you did.

Topic starter

Thanks for the feedback Jacob.

Just for your info: I did only change the database value after updating to the latest available version…